+1 i have a camera on a plot that rarely gets morning action.Pretty much guaranteed deer all over it after 4 pmThe best practice is finding something you believe in that will keep you in the stand longer. I honestly don't feel like charts help any more than anything else...but maybe that's just me. I have started going by my trail camera's now. I put them out for the week, check them the next weekend, and try to be in the woods at the times that I have the most pics. This has helped me to adjust my morning hunts lately, so that when they are moving late I will get there at 8:00 and sit as long as I can rather than daylight.
The Stars in the tables on usprimetimes solely reflect the overall influence of the moon on that day. Technically, it is computed from the moon distance, phase, and up times. Closer distance is stronger, for Phase the closer it is to a new or full moon the stronger. The Stars next to the graphs are determined from many additional factors (like how long and when the moon was up the night before), though are generally in the ball park.for instance right now for clarksville florida usprimetimes gives 2 30 pm to 5 08 pm the best time for success with only 2 stars for sunday forecast.